Compliance

Addressing Interchange Fees & NCUA Concerns

January 31, 2011
CUNA is pursuing dramatic improvements in the Fed's debit interchange fee proposal. READ MORE

Compliance Q&A: Adverse Action Notices

January 26, 2011
Is a CU required to send an adverse action notice when it terminates a member's delinquent credit card account? READ MORE

Social Media Compliance: Nine Questions

January 24, 2011
As with other member communications, take proper compliance precautions with your social media efforts. READ MORE

Exam Problems? Know Your Rights

January 19, 2011
CUs have options when they believe an examiner has overstepped his or her authority. READ MORE

Fed Issues Final Mortgage Rules

January 10, 2011
Final rule applies to all consumer mortgages secured by the borrower’s principal dwelling, whether the transaction is a closed-end mortgage or a home equity line of credit. READ MORE

'Staff Up' to Meet Compliance Burden

January 01, 2011
Compliance staff must be involved in all significant business initiatives early on. READ MORE

No Reg Relief in Sight

January 01, 2011
CUs' compliance load just keeps getting heavier. READ MORE

FACT Act Final Rule: Are You Ready?

December 27, 2010
The time has come to implement the risk-based pricing notice requirements under the FACT Act. READ MORE

Beware the Fed’s Proposals Within Proposals

December 27, 2010
Buried within a Fed proposal regarding reverse mortgages and the right of rescission are additional disclosures for insurance products. READ MORE

Confusion Reigns Over Reg Z Changes

December 21, 2010
A rash of recent Regulation Z mortgage lending changes has heads spinning. READ MORE

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New Compliance Resource from the NCUA

The NCUA has recently published a “Consumer Compliance Regulatory Resources” page, on their website. The page does not contain any new guidance from the NCUA at this point, but is more of a resource for finding links to additional resources from the FFIEC, CFPB, and of course the NCUA.   Areas which are currently listed on […]

NCUA’s Proposed Appraisal Rule: The Sequel

Last week, we discussed the NCUA’s proposed rulemaking related to appraisals. In today’s post, I’ll discuss parts two and three of that proposal. Part two of the proposed rule seeks to establish consistency between credit unions and other banking agencies as to when an appraisal is required in connection with a real estate related transaction. […]

NCUA’s Proposed Appraisal Rule: Part One

On June 26th, the National Credit Union Administration (“NCUA”) published a proposed rule in the Federal Register related to appraisals. In today’s post, I’ll discuss part one of the proposed rule. Next Tuesday, I’ll discuss parts two and three. Currently, under Section 701.31(c)(5) of the NCUA’s rules and regulations, Federal credit unions (“FCUs”) are required […]
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